A Berkeley police officer was sent to hospital with injuries after being attacked by a dog while executing a search in Richmond at around 3:18 p.m. today, according to BPD.
UC Berkeley researcher wins 2013 Vilcek Prize for biomedical research (Daily Cal)
SF Symphony recording of John Adams work wins Grammy (Press Democrat)
Bickering over, not building, Bay Bridge (Herald Net)
Top five Berkeley-inspired humor sites (Daily Cal)
UC Berkeley summer camps registration is open (UCB)
More than a year after the fatal shooting of Kenneth Warren Jr., bullet holes still riddle the front wall of the Berkeley home where he was ambushed after he left his uncle’s barbershop to watch a basketball game at the home of a friend.
Construction work has begun on the new Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive which, all things going well, is slated to open in the summer of 2016, bringing bold contemporary architecture into the heart of Berkeley.
“Give me a child until he is seven and I will give you the man.” This Jesuit motto was taken to heart by the producers of Granada Television’s 1964 documentary, Seven Up!, no doubt because its premise of predestination dovetailed so comfortably with their assumptions about Britain’s enduring class system.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, a dozen rose cupcakes are perhaps as good a gift as the traditional flowers they emulate. Moriah VanVleet has the recipe.
A 17-year-old Berkeley man who was allegedly involved in a five-way shoot-out on Sacramento Street in December 2011 was killed Saturday in another shoot-out in Oakland.